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Malaga City

Malaga Costa del Sol

The cultural capital of the Costa del Sol, and home to the area’s International Airport, Málaga is known locally for it’s cosmopolitan cafes and bars, it’s beautiful boutiques and bustling 'Muelle Uno' waterfront. Malaga centre also offers culture, with it’s impressive selection of museums (Picasso, Pompidou, Thyssen) roman theatre, and Cathedral. Located just 15 minutes away from Sunset Beach Club, Malaga is easily accessible by car, train or bus. Places you should definitely visit whilst in Malaga are:

Museo Picasso Málaga

Picasso Museum

Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga, so where better place than right in the centre, to put a Museum with many of his masterpieces.

Malaga Cathedral

Malaga Cathedral (‘La Manquita’)

Open to the public everyday but Sunday, Malaga’s cathedral is a beautiful building with an unfinished tower, which is why it is often given the name “La Manquita” meaning One Armed Woman.

Malaga Alcazaba

Alcazaba Fortress & Gibralfaro Castle

The Alcazaba Fortress and Gibralfaro Castle, both Moorish constructions, tower over the city of Malaga allowing visitors the chance to enjoy panoramic views over the city centre and out across the port and ocean. It's a challenging walk up the cobble path but well worth it when you get to the top!  

Concepcion Gardens

Jardines Concepción

Beside the park, these Gardens have one of the best collections of tropical plants and flowers in the whole of Europe, closed on Mondays.

Malaga Congress Palace

Palacio de Congresos

Malaga boasts a recently built, very modern Conference and exhibition centre. There are different kinds of shows, fairs and exhibitions going on here throughout the year.

Muelle Uno Málaga

Malaga City

And of course, like any other large city, Malaga also offers many churches and other monuments. So you can spend a day exploring or simply relax and enjoy the cultural surroundings from a wide range of bars and cafes.

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